Rob Chudzinski has said that the Cleveland Browns need to avoid being one-dimensional in their game against the Cincinnati Bengals this weekend.
So far this season, the majority of the team's offensive yards have come from passing, with 884 yards coming from the running game compared to 2,841 passing.
The head coach told reporters: "You can't be one-dimensional, and that's the critical part of it because there's always different situations, different games, things that defenses are going to do that are going to give you opportunities to do one or the other, and then within a passing game or within a running game, different types of runs or different types of passes that are going to be available.
"From the outset, this just goes back to a philosophy standpoint, I've always felt that you have to be able to do multiple things if you're going to be a good offense and a type of offense that we want to have.
"I think that we have been able to run. We have been able to get some tough yards. You look at the defenses in this division and the defenses that we've played this season, [there are] a lot of good run defenses. Again, we're striving for balance and we're working at all times to create that."
The Browns are currently second, two wins behind the Bengals, in the AFC North.